Kakadu Garden Green Tea
Drink me for:
- An intense Sencha x Fruity tea twist
- Natural antioxidant goodness
- Australian Tea, natural ingredients
I taste like:
My intense sencha green tea taste has a surprise sweet n’ fruity twist! Choose your preferred strength and intensity of flavour (depending on how long your let me brew before drinking). I have real pieces of natural fruit to add a sipping surprise each time!
More about Me:
I’m full of antioxidants that can help give your health a boost. The catechins in Sencha may help reduce cholesterol, and may even aid your metabolism. Your energy levels may even be boosted thanks to the variety of vitamins and minerals in me.
Sencha has also long been considered a brain stimulant, and may be beneficial to skin, oral health and may aid digestive and immune function. It is rich in natural polyphenols, which may help with reducing inflammation (great around cold season or with related allergies).
Wattleseeds have been used as type of “bush food” by Indigenous Australians for thousands of years. They are the edible seeds from the Australian Acacia and have high levels of protein and are also a source of magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron and selenium.
They have a nutty, savoury, roasted coffee aroma and hints of sweet spice and wheat-biscuit flavour – yum!
Real pieces of natural Mango are delicious, fruity additions to this tea that are also packed full of vitamins and potential health benefits.
Mango may aid digestion and Kakadu Plum is the world’s richest natural source of Vitamin C (and it’s native to Australia)! These ingredients both may also support healthy skin and immunity.
This beautiful Australian Tea can be drunk anytime you’d like a pick-me up tea treat, especially after a snack or meal to aid with digestion!
If you love Kakadu Garden Green Tea you may like to try Australian Blend Native Quandong
Made in Australia with Love
May contain traces of allergens, such as
peanuts, tree nuts, milk, sesame seeds, soy, gluten, and sulphites.
Keep airtight, in a cool, dry, dark location out of direct sunlight.
All information from Brookfield House should not be mistaken as medical advice. Although there are benefits to consuming tea, we do not guarantee any specific result. Tea is a natural food, not a medicine, and individual experiences and results from drinking it will vary.
Please conduct your own research and take your circumstances into account prior to consumption; including, but not limited to allergies, sensitivities, and health conditions. Please consult a qualified medical practitioner (Doctor) if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have an existing health concern/s before drinking our teas.